Bianca Censori Would Be Off Social Media Due To Kanye West’s Request

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Bianca Censori is rumored to be playing the dutiful wife as she will likely honor Kanye West’s social media ban. Sources suggest that the rapper is simply concerned about her mental health, while close friends say it is a form of control.

Bianca Censori and Social Media

Sources close to the couple say that Kanye West’s ban on Bianca Censori’s social media use is to protect her. As first reported by the Daily Mail, the Yeezy creator doesn’t want her to come into contact with online criticisms. However, those aware of Censori’s social media prowess believe that this is simply a way to isolate her.

The Australian native was once a social butterfly until she fell in sync with the rapper. Now, they claim that Kanye simply wants to mold her to suit him.

According to an insider, the concerned husband “doesn’t want her to have it because he thinks that it will hurt her if she had to read the nasty things that people say.”

The source added:

“He convinced her that, since she is a star now, she has to remain a mystery, and it feels creepy to those who know her as it seems like another form of control.”

Amidst the speculations, one question on everyone’s mind is how well Kanye West protected his wife before the social media ban.

Kanye West Presents His Wife Like a Trophy

Whether or not Censori remains on social media isn’t much of an issue, as she always receives criticism through her husband’s account. This has led friends to assert that West is primarily selfish. The rapper, who remains unapologetic about his ways, takes pride in showing off his woman. An observer claimed:

“She wears what he wants, goes where he wants, and does what he wants because she really has no other choice. She went from being his designer to his wife, which is, unfortunately, not a paid position. She’s trapped.”

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